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Creator2012 Encoding Show Gray "solar System" Gaps - Why?


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Creator 2012 when encoding a video production in My DVD, as encoding progresses, the view window will suddenly change from the video to a gray "solar system" looking scene, which becomes a skip in the DVD that results. This is a recent thing. What is happening?

 

I don't understand what you mean by "solar system" gaps? Do you have any more information? Can you post a screen capture?

 

Depending on what your input source format, you may get a "grey" preview window with circles. This means usually that the current clip does not need encoding (it is already in a compliant DVD mpg format) and is "directly" added to the output. It does not create gaps on the DVD.

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I'll go with your description of a grey preview window with circles. That's what I'm getting scattered around my DVD encoding process. I'm using nothing but jpgs as source videos straight from my Sony camcorder. I've done some editing to them to clean them up. I get it on my new Dell Laptop as well as on my old Dell desktop. What could be the problem? I appear to be the other than what usually happens. This is really holding me up.

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I'll go with your description of a grey preview window with circles. That's what I'm getting scattered around my DVD encoding process. I'm using nothing but jpgs as source videos straight from my Sony camcorder. I've done some editing to them to clean them up. I get it on my new Dell Laptop as well as on my old Dell desktop. What could be the problem? I appear to be the other than what usually happens. This is really holding me up.

 

jpgs are not videos but photo image files. Did you mean mpgs?

 

Describe what you mean by "done some editing to them to clean them up"? Using what program? Did you output them to a video file? What format?

As I posted, if those files are DVD compliant mpg files then you will get the grey circles - nothing is wrong and you are seeing exactly what should happen.

 

Did you ever let the myDVD program do its job till the end?

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I've always called it 'The Puddle' :lol::D:lol:

 

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It is 'filler' used to indicate that, that particular portion of of Source is compliant with your output selection and does not require frame by frame rendering ;)

 

It should NEVER result in something that is skipped!!!

 

Perhaps you need to pre-render those portions in VideoWave than replace your original files with the new ones ;)

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